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Re: Advice on bi-polar design...?
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In a message dated 4/1/05 6:41:21 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Original poster: "Daniel A. Kline" <daniel_kline@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I recently decided to build a bipolar coil for my next project,
and I'm wondering if it wouldn't be possible to make a kind of
bipolar dual-magnifier sort of thing.
The reason I'm wondering about this is because I want my
bipolar coil to be horizontal but I don't want to have to
conduct the outputs high and away from the ends of the secondary.
I thought that if I had dual tertiary coils, I could conduct the
secondary's outputs to two vertical-standing third-coils for output.
I hope that makes sense. Any ideas on a design like that?
Mark Reszortarsksy made a coil similar to what you propose.
I don't have any details however. It was a relatively small demo
model that used a async rotary with an NST for power and
a relatively small capacitor. It used two of my spun toroids.